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Katelyn Miller September 25, 2017 1.13 Evaluating Student Responses A. What are your thoughts on Fridman's overall argument? Do you agree or disagree with him? Why? I agree with Fridman's overall argument because I am both an athlete and a student who could be considered a nerd if I wasn't into sports. I get both sides of the argument because I get the glory of being a praised athlete and then getting ignored when you have any academic accomplishes. B. Compare essay responses 2A (which scored an 8), 2B (which scored a 6), and 2C (which scored a 2). Consider the scoring commentary and rubric provided for you. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each essay?
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